Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Mariahfox, Apr 7, 2021 at 10:59 PM.
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But explain the number 9..
@Evan Saltis . Shhhh ! She's probably from the South ? Understood .
@Mariahfox. Read the article on this site: https://www.lincolncentforum.com/1972-master-die-doubling/
It discusses 2 known master dies for the 1972 Cent including the difference in the dates.
@Mariahfox is talking about also.
Don't be so quick to castigate her and chase her away with unnecessary rude comments.
I think (but am not sure) @justafarmer did the overlays. 100% agreement with your last sentence. Sometimes people forget when they were starting out. Maybe they're having a silly moment because they're usually not rude.
Come on Sal, we were all green around the edges when we first start collecting.
Denver punched out 2,665,071,400 of these. If you calculate one die pair for every 100,000 cents made there would have been 2,665 die pairs. I think they went waaayy past that. So, say 200,000 per die pair you still have 1,332 die pairs or so. All of these die pairs wear down differently during production runs, hence the differences you see...jmho...Spark
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